12th Wartburg Symposium

on Flavor Chemistry & Biology

Scientific Program

The meeting is designated to provide an integrative approach for modern research in the field. The program will contain about ten plenary lectures, 22 short talks, 12 flash poster presentations, and about 60 posters.

The presentation of the posters will be organized in two guided poster sessions and the best poster will be awarded. Because the space for participants is limited to about 150 persons, the organizers will send invitations to attend the symposium primarily based on the submission of an acceptable abstract.

However, there is also space for people who only want to attend. The following are the main subject areas for which papers will be invited:

Keynote Speakers Introducing Symposium Topics

Paolo Carloni (Computational Biomedicine, Juelich Research Center, Germany):
Computational technologies & GPCR modeling

Inge Depoortere (Gastrointestinal Disorder Center, KU Leuven, Belgium):
Chemoreceptor-mediated health prevention in the GI tract

Maarten A. Jongsma (Bioscience, Wageningen University & Research):
Next generation technologies in receptor-based screening

Mainland Joel (Modell Chemical Senses Center, USA):
Odorant receptors & signal processing

Lindley Nic (Biotransformation Innovation Platform, A*Star Singapore):
Flavor genomics & biotechnology

Peter Schieberle (Food Chemistry, TU Munich, Germany):
Chemical signature in odor coding 

Veronika Somoza (Physiological Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria):
Food-born biofunctionals acting through taste receptor activation

Important dates

Payment of symposium fee:
January 31, 2019

Symposium:
May 21 - 24, 2019